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ABC
Nov 12, 2012 6:00am EST
be extinct -- coffee could be extinct. >> and what goes up must come down. i will tell you when the mild temperatures take a tumble after the break. >> reporter: everything is moving along here on 95 just south of 195. i will let you know how traffic is shaping up on the beltway and 83 coming up on good morning maryland. >> it's 9 minutes after the hour. a live look at times square if new york. let's check today's tech bites. >> reporter: in today's tech bites apple settles a patent dispute. they and htc signed a 10 year licensing agreement. they say they can concentrate on product development. analyst say it shows a change in attitude for apple. pregnant women who use cell phones may be harming the health of their babies. a yale study involving mice found offspring were more hyperactive when exposed to powered up cell phones and had less memory. halo four is the latest in the master chief series one of the best selling franchises of all time. c net dan ackerman says they live up to the legacy. >> they do a nice job of putting together a highly playable and fun game. may not be the most
ABC
Nov 11, 2012 7:00am PST
extinct. we'll tell you when and why and if anything can be done to keep that from happening. >> this is potentially a big deal for morning people. >>> also, at the top of the show this morning, we want to give a big shoutout to everyone on this veterans day. to all of america's fighting men and women overseas and those who have returned home. you're looking at a live shot at the tomb of the unknown soldier in arlington, virginia. once again, a big salute to all of our fighting men and women. >>> but we're going start here this half hour with that mystery and fatal explosion. the pictures out of indianapolis over night harrowing. look, more than a dozen homes destroyed. families forced out of their homes in the middle of the night. abc's john schriffen is on the story. john, good morning. >> reporter: dan, good morning. our affiliate wrtv is now reporting at least two people are dead, eight others injured. the blast rocked the neighborhood when many were asleep forced to quickly grab their pets and flee in their pajamas. authorities have been using searchlights going door to
SFGTV
Nov 9, 2012 3:30am PST
we call people's attention to the issue of speci species extinction. >> many exhibits do make long detailed explanations about species decline and biology of birds and that is very useful for lots of purposes. but i think it is also important to try to pull at the strings inside people. >> missing is not just about specific extinct or endangered species. it is about absence and a more fundamental level of not knowing what we are losing and we need to link species loss to habitat loss and really focuses much on the habitat. >> of course the overall mission of the academy has to do with two really fundamental and important questions. one of which is the nature of life. how did we get here? the second is the challenge of sustainability. if we are here how are we going to find a way to stay? these questions resonated very strongly with maya. >> on average a species disappears every 20 minutes. this is the only media work that i have done. i might never do another one because i'm not a media artist per se but i have used the medium because it seemed to be the one that could allow me to
KCSMMHZ
Nov 13, 2012 6:00am PST
that atlantic blue fin may be on the brink of extinction due to overfishing and poaching. its fishing quotas have been cut by more than half from the level five years ago. major tuna consumers and fishing nations like japan have worked at restoring fish populations. for example, they introduced a system to strictly monitor when tuna is caught. the new report by iccat scientists say there are clear signs of a fast-moving recovery in the mediterranean and the atlantic ocean. in london last month, an exhibition featuring photos of celebrities posing with fish raised awareness of the issue. one of the show's organizers is nicholas. he runs a uk sushi restaurant. its policy is to only serve fish whose stocks are properly managed. he also holds sushi workshops for local children. the classes are one way of teaching respect for marine resources. >> okay. if everybody always eats cod, then the numbers of cod in the sea are going to go down and down and down. >> and they're going to go extinct. >> that's right. well done. >> reporter: he is concerned that tuna may suffer from overfishing again if the
PBS
Nov 23, 2012 4:00pm PST
bring the animals to extinction. >> this is a national loss, not just a loss for me. it is a loss for south africa. >> tired of turkey after thanksgiving? how about some sushi. anthony more dane talk to us about the food that inspired his new graphic novel. welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. across egypt today there have been violent protests following the president's decision to grant himself sweeping new powers. buildings belonging to the muslim brotherhood party have been ransacked, with some set on fire. the president says he has taken on the powers to help steer the country through the difficult transition to democracy, but critics claim he is trying to make himself a new pharaoh. >> fury in egypt as president morsi gives himself a big, new powers. there were protests across the country. in cairo, the crowds flooded back to tahrir square, where last year they celebrated the ousting of hosni mubarak. now they say the new president has become even more of the dictator with an edict saying the courts cannot challenge him. >> he is taking
WHUT
Nov 13, 2012 7:30am EST
atlantic blue fin may be on the brink of extinction due to over-fishing and poaching. the quotas have been cut by more than half from the level five years ago. major tuna consumers and fishing nations like japan have worked at restoring fish populations. for example, they introduced a system to strictly monitor where tuna is caught. the new report by iccat scientists say there are clear signs of a fast blue fin recovery in the mediterranean and the atlantic ocean. in london last month, an exhibition featuring photos of celebrities posing with fish raised awareness of the issue. one of the show's organizers is nicholas rowe, he runs a uk sush shy restaurant. he's philosophy to serve only fish properly managed. he also holds workshops for children. the classes are one way of teefing respect for marine resources. >> okay. if everybody always eades cod, the numbers of cod in the sea are going to go down and down and down. >> and they're going to go extinct. >> that's right. well done. >> reporter: he is concerned that tuna may suffer from overfishing again if the meeting in morocco approves th
ABC
Nov 11, 2012 4:00am PST
cup joe could dry up and become extinct. we'll tell you why and if anything can be done from happening. >>> also, at the top of the show this morning, we want to give a big shoutout to everyone on this veterans day. you're looking at live soldier of the tomb of the unknown soldier. once again, a big salute to all of our fighting men and women. >>> but we're going start here this half-hour w that mystery and fatal explosion in indianapolis. abc's john schriffen is on the story. >> reporter: our affiliate is now reporting at least two people are dead. eight others injured. the blast rocked the neighborhood when many were asleep. authorities have been using search lights going door to door to see if the number of victims will grow. those at the scene said it looked like a war zone. late saturday night, left this quiet suburban neighborhood up in flames. two houses leveled. two set ablaze and more than 200 people forced from their homes. the scene, collapsed homes and metal from cars melted. the blast could be heard from miles around. >> it was so big and overwhelming. you can't even compl
CSPAN
Nov 4, 2012 7:00pm EST
the brink of extinction, two things can happen to the virus. it can go extinct along with the monkey or it can make a leap to another host. and viruses don't have purposes. i don't want to make this sound to in the logical. they don't make choices. evolution is not a theological anyway. the things just happen, and they have consequences. and if the monkey is kill then there is no spillover then the virus goes extinct, probably with the monkey. the virus gets into a human by chance, and opportunity, and it finds itself unable to replicate in the human and then adapts to the human by mutating and undergoing natural selection so that it is better and better adapted to the human to above to replicate and to be transmitted to the next, then the virus has won the sweepstakes. it has passed from a species of host with shrinking prospects to a species of host that is the most abundant species of large order and all that has ever existed on this planet, us. >> thousands or even millions of these viruses that have the potential to then evolve into a dangerous killing virus? >> yes, presumably.
LINKTV
Nov 14, 2012 4:00pm PST
these days. many species are going extinct due to human activity, and also new species are invading ecosystems due to human activity. ecosystems form much more tightly connected networks than many other networks. what happens is that each species is typically within three links of all other species within the ecosystem. that's a lot closer than, say, the six degrees of separation that is supposed to separate human's familiarity networks, "who knows who" within, say, the u.s. and so these are tight networks where effects on one species can propagate to many other species quite quickly. one of the most famous examples of the effects of one species on the others within the ecosystem through the network that we've been studying is the sea otter example. back in the 1800s, the russians and several other western countries paid native americans to hunt sea otters pretty much to the extinction of them in many habitats across the pacific coast. when the otters went extinct, the sea urchins, what the otters ate, started getting really, really abundant. those urchins ended up eating a lot more
CNN
Nov 24, 2012 12:00am PST
into extinction. there are several tiger species that have gone into extinction. that's not what we want to have happen. >> it would be a tragedy but a bigger tragedy would be if one of them ate me live on air. nice to meet the tiger cubs. >> they were born about 13 weeks ago. >> we are going to bring out now -- what is this? >> this cat here is something that you could even hold this cat, probably. if he bites you, it won't hurt bad. >> you know what, you just hang on to the animals for now. >> if you have ever been to egypt, in egypt, in the tombs, the pyramids -- >> like a sphinx face. >> they used to try to domesticate. you saw how big the tigers were? it won't get that thick. you see how thin it is. look at the ears of this cat. see why -- they didn't worship the animal but the animal represented royalty back then. i'm sure a lot of people lost their hands trying to domesticate this creature. what's unique, this is one of the only cats in the world that can jump ten feet in the air and catch a bird flying. they get in the grass, i have seen this twice in wild, they blend in so well, they li
ABC
Nov 11, 2012 6:30pm EST
for extinction as soon as the year 2080. so we've got a little time. if the worst estimates come true, in 68 years there will be no where on earth suitable for wild coffee growth. coffee is the world's second most traded commodity behind oil, over 80% of americans drink it, including me, spending $164 a year. i'm not going to be able to make it. what am i going to do? >>> now maryland's most accurate forecast. >> looking good, feeling good, bel air close to 70. we'll see your daytime highs getting into the 60s. the shot downtown looking good. temperatures feeling pretty good. 59 at bwi. dew point at 44. i notice the southerly wind kicking in. it's light and variable, but things will change. look at your daytime high. current temperatures across town, 59 to 57. some of the clouds are filtering in from west to east. notice again temperatures falling into the 40s after midnight. a blend of stars and clouds with fog developing. then it's cool conditions to start your morning tomorrow. monday morning 46. 50 by lunchtime. we're on our way to the middle 60s for daytime highs. just a few clouds comi
FOX
Nov 14, 2012 5:00am EST
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FOX News
Nov 23, 2012 2:00am PST
the hour. and still to come. the federal government trying to keep thole -- the owl from it extinction. it is a bird or plane or tech gift. you will want to get this and see all of the tech gifts. stay with us for that. and first, juliet what is coming up on fox and friends. >> good morn happy post turkey day. i ate like 12 meals yesterday and so did dave, parently. black friday is in full swing. we'll update you. and clayton morris is coming up with tech for black friday and apparently a study that suggested that coupon is more relaxing than going to the spa, or kissing? i don't know about nand santa is talking over the plasa. stay with us. . it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- well that's easy [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. [ male announcer ] you've reached the age where you don't back down from a challenge. this is the age of knowing how to make things happen. sowhy let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. 20 million me
ABC
Nov 12, 2012 3:00am PST
in the not too distant future may be extinct. >> that is the verdict from some british scientists, and abc's john muller explains. >> reporter: from a simple cup of joe to a double espresso shot of mocha frappuccino, it's what opens the eyes of more than half the americans on a daily basis, but a new study is dark with no sugar. it says climate change has the wild arabica coffee plant headed for extinction as soon as the year 2080. >> devastated is not too strong of a word. >> right now i'm addicted to coffee. >> i don't think i could live without coffee. >> reporter: scientists from the kew royal botanical gardens ran computer models on global warming. they found in 68 years there would be nowhere on earth suitable for wild coffee growth. because wild coffee ensures healthy genetic diversity, it could mean extinction of even beans growing on farms. imagine it. a world without coffee. how would people everywhere conquer alarm clocks? survive their commutes to work? >> here men such as juan valdez hand pick their coffee with pride. >> reporter: what would happen to juan valdez? where would friends
SFGTV2
Nov 5, 2012 11:30am PST
are leading ving this because it has pushed us to the brink of extinction. it has enslaved as to debt. it is boring. it is spiritually empty. there is a news story being born in san francisco. it is one where the more you contribute to the common good, the more you are respected. the better you believe in committee, the more access to what you have -- the better you behave in a community, the more access you have. instead of judging each other, we help each other and realize our greatest potential. we open our world to each other. through doing that, we are liberated. we find freedom through our relationships. i have lived both of these stories. the old one almost broke my spirit. the sharing story has saved me. let's continue the discussion about how we can bring more people into that story. thank you. [applause] >> we will start with you. is that ok? >> sure. and the mayor's chief innovation officer, it is a new position created three months ago. i am excited to be part of that. my role is to use new approaches and ideas to solve longstanding civic issues. we launched the mayor's 20
ABC
Nov 11, 2012 5:00pm PST
for extinction as soon as the year 2080. scientist in london ran computer models on global warning. the scientists say if their worst estimates come true in 68 years there would be nowhere on earth suit even for wild coffee growth. it could mean stinks of even beans grown on farms. >> two bay area teenagers are about to take on the nation in competition of wits, intelligence and inning -- inning future. >> thomas and joey made it to the national finals in map sciences and technology. the pair advanced for their research that could help improve the treatment and prevention of lung cancer, and not only are the students start, they're positive. >> you always miss 100% of the shots you don't take, so take a shot and then become part of this wonderful experience where you learn from your peers who are part of the same revetch innovation and it's a great experience-building event. >> ama: there will be a part of six teams competing next month. the top awards are a $1,000 schoomplet last year's national winner was angela bing of kuper teen know. >>> let's get to leigh glaser and talk abou
KCSMMHZ
Nov 30, 2012 2:30pm PST
. this necklace costs 480 euros. or how about an ivory tusk from an extinct mammoth? the specialty products for sale make the markets popular with international customers. >> a lot of things are handmade and not chinese. >> we have one in manchester. i wanted to see what the difference was. much better. >> christmas markets are a big draw for tourists and locals alike. this year's offerings are sure to delight a variety of pallets and budgets. and if there was any doubt, winter has most definitely arrived in germany. >> oh, yes, it has appeared the first bill falls in the country south and east have caused traffic chaos and a number of accidents. cars had to drive at a snail's pace, and trucks had to go of hills on some slippery slopes. that is all for now. thanks for joining us. >> we will see you next time. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org--
NBC
Nov 11, 2012 11:00am EST
in this country. are republicans headed for extinction? lus scoops and predictions chris: welcome back. democrats won because our demographic shift means the white share will keep going down. so far republicans are fighting that trend, not joining it. mitt romney echoed a slogan you heard over and over during president obama's first term. >> this is our time. we've got to take this country back. >> we're going to take back this country. we need to take america back. chris: how are you going to change that message? >> as fash as the demographics are concerned, this is huge. all you had to do was look at the convention floor. there was this vast ocean of pale face notice republican case and in the democratic convention was colorful and vibrant and happy and it had life. and the republican party has got to stop marginalizing people, alienating people within the -- who disagree on these key, pivotal issues. >> one of the democrat gramm graves that the republicans have to worry about is young people. young people look at some of these cultural issues, defining wedge cultural snoose a different way. an
ABC
Nov 13, 2012 5:30pm EST
extra seat if they do have a doctor's note. >> so will texting soon be outdated? it isn't going extinct just yet but texting it on the decline. for the first time in u.s. history the number of monthly texts fell. people are turning to smartphone apps like skype, google voice and facebook messaging or they're getting text services built into their phones like ap's i--- apple's. >>> we should not hesitate to do a good deed, right? when one woman went to help victims in a car crash, thieves helped themselves to her cash. >> plus if you can record a emergency for your kids to receive in 10, 20 years what would you say? how one man's fight for cancer is helping to get messages to his loved ones. how you doing? alright, alright. now this is a party. what is that? go, go, go. mmm. give me some of that sauce. i don't know, i think i might bail. yeah, it's pretty dead. [ male announcer ] one is never enough. new kfc dip'ems. freshly prepared tenders dipped in irresistible sauces. this is it. now this is a party. [ male announcer ] try a 3 piece combo for just $5. today tastes so good. >>> the pe
WETA
Nov 2, 2012 8:30pm EDT
our extinct cousins
Comedy Central
Nov 5, 2012 7:00pm PST
win this time, extinct tribe. (laughter) but before the storm hit i hope you all followed my storm prep instructions. duct tape the windows, filled your bathtubs with fresh water and built an ark. (laughter) one of every animal, only females. then add one very randy poodle. (laughter) they can mate with anything, that way we repopulate the earth with a hypoallergenic animal kingdom. you get your elephant-a-poos. (laughter) your roco-doodles. they're great with kids who don't make sudden moves. (laughter) of course, with all this heart breaking devastation, there's really only one question on everyone's mind. >> how will this affect election day? >> with much of the east coast battered by sandy only seven days from the election, how will it impact the race? >> it's mother nature's october surprise. a storm so big and so destructive it could throw the campaign's final week into chaos. >> stephen: yes, all across the country people were frantically texting their loved ones. "your father and i are or worried, have you seen the latest tracking polls of undecided suburban women in ohio?"
Comedy Central
Nov 6, 2012 12:30pm PST
, so forth that were extinct. >> stephen: okay so, you are work on the woolly mammoth, right. >> it's a possibility. first thing that is amazing progress in the field is being able to sequence the genome of the little broken up bits of dna that are present in mammoth remains and many other animals in museums. >> stephen: have you ever stored anything on dna other than animal information. >> we stored the-- . >> stephen: how is this book on dna? >> there you go, 20 million copies, don't eat it, stephen. >> stephen: where is it, where is the-- what dow mean. >> right there in that dot. >> stephen: hold on. that do the right there, what's in there. >> so we took the book including the photographs. >> stephen: yes. >> 0s and 1st, converted to accs and ts. >> stephen: which is the code of dna. >> yup. and now it is there, we made many, many copies of it. >> stephen: you put a little drop. >> a little drop right there. >> stephen: of dna right there. this piece of paper right there contains 20 million copies of this book. >> that's right. (laughter) (cheers and applause) >> stephen: well,
KCSMMHZ
Nov 5, 2012 9:30am PST
the years, many of the lake's fish were brought to the brink of extinction due to overfishing. the hydrobiological institute breeds fish, returning about 2 million to the lake every year. now that its fish stocks have been replenished, fishing is once again permitted here. but zoran spirkovski keeps a close eye on the fishermen. a maximum of 3 kilos per person is allowed and the fish have to weigh at least 800 grams -- in other words, they have to be full-grown. >> this is a prehistoric fish, the ancestor of the ohrid trout. it's existed for 10 million years. >> the closest relatives of the ohrid trout are only found as fossils -- in alaska. wolfgang fremuth from the frankfurt zoological society has been working in the region for over twenty years. with 3 and a half million euros of funding from the german kfw development bank, he's helping establish a transnational biosphere reserve. >> given the geological past and its long history, the lake has spawned unique life forms which we call endemites. that means they are found here and nowhere else in the world. that's a unique fe
KCSMMHZ
Nov 3, 2012 8:00am PDT
, the once virtually extinct bison population has grown to 900. the bialowieza region uses the bison in its marketing. the village of bialowieza lies on edge of the forest. its 2,500 residents live almost exclusively from tourism. olimpia pabian runs a guest house in the center of town and plans to expand it. a trained chemist, pabian has created an academy for biodiversity which offers workshops and educational trips about the forest and its natural processes. >> i want to enable people to share their experiences, to see how environmental protection and the needs of the local people can be brought together. there are conflicts here -- not everyone is respecting the environmental protection regulations. >> farmers are particularly unhappy. aleksy bojko wanted to build a barn on his land, but was denied a permit. the authorities claimed it would be too close to the forest. often bojko can't work his fields because birds are brooding in them. european bison and deer also invade his wheat fields. >> they inflict great damage. animals destroy up to 90% of the crops not protected by an electric
CSPAN
Nov 3, 2012 4:00pm EDT
and shrinking. at the point where the monkey approaches the brink of movement. it can go extinct upon what the monkey or can make the leap to another host. viruses don't have purposes. i don't want to make it sound to you logical. they don't make choices in evolution is not teleological anyway. things happen and they have consequences. if the monkey is tell them there's no spillover, the virus is extinct with the monkey. but if the virus gets into the human by chance, by opportunity and it finds itself able to replicate in the human and adapts to humankind meat-eating and undergoing natural selection so it's better and better adapted to the human, both to replicate and be transmitted to the next human, that viruses when the sweepstakes. it has passed from a species of house are shrinking prospects to a species of house that is the most abundant pcs of large vertebrate animal but never existed on this planet. >> are there thousands or millions of viruses that have the potential to that evolve into a dangerous killing virus? and then be transmitted -- >> the safest answer is yes, presumably.
ABC
Nov 12, 2012 5:00am PST
plant headed for extinction. scientists ran models on global warming scientists say if worst estimates come true in 68 years there would be nowhere on earth suitable for wild coffee plans to go. -- plants to grow. it could mean extinction of even being grown on farms. >>> solution of global warming could from the minds after y a june juror from san jose and sophomore from palo alto advancing to the -- national finals -- [ unintelligible ] >> we took a look at cancer cells and investigated protein we could like to use it for treatment for future lung cancer patients. >> they won a $ ,000 scholarship. top prize -- won a $6,000 scholarship. >>> a lot of kids are off today. [ unintelligible ] >>> looks good, warmer, nice time to rake leaves maybe or mow the lawn. >> is that what your kids are doing? >> no knows, they are supposed to i left them a list. i pay 'em, i do. 5:18, good morning. maybe they should spend a little time learning more about veterans and watching stuff about that, that would be nice too. looking down from sutro tower all wait over to the east bay hills this morning, hi
FOX Business
Nov 23, 2012 12:00am EST
animals are scarce and some animals are plentiful. we worry about animals going extinct, endangered species. here's the puzzle. if you want to save an animal which encourage people to edith? you would think -- john: donated. >> but if you can make a profit from eating it, that creates the incentive, and if you can prioritize the ownership that creates an incentive to take care of it and grow. as a result there is plenty of turkey, but you chicken, and other animals are scarce because there is no incentive, unfortunately to take care of them. john: both humans and hot seat taken, but the more hawks the fewer chickens, the more seamen's the more chickens. >> that was an inside of henry george, early economist. he understood that this nature, more hawks, they eat the chickens. come deplete the population. if we get numerous more chickens . that is the power of incentives. john: breed chickens. make sure we have plenty. >> uprighted to be made from growing demand taking care of them and making unhealthy and beating them. if we made it illegal to sell seconds we would be in trouble. john
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